Eudoxus Crater – January 7, 2017

on Saturday, January 28, 2017

Eudoxis Crater (Lunar) – diameter is 70 km, named after the Greek astronomer (c. 408-355 BC). Noted for the terraced slopes on the interior walls (that you can make out in my image) and not having a central peak.

Tech Specs: ZWO ASI290MC camera and Meade 12” LX90 telescope mounted on a Celestron CGEM-DX mount. Software used included Sharpcap v2.9, AutoStakkert! Alpha Version 2.3.0.21, ImagesPlus v5.75a, and Registax v6.1.0.8. Photographed on January 7, 2017 from Weatherly, Pennsylvania.

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